Tag Archives: project management standard

Are the PMBOK Guide 6th edition volunteers listening to us?

I struggled with writing or starting this blog since I honestly did not know what to say. Is “I told you so” appropriate? Is it good that some of the PMI volunteers are finally waking up, appropriate? Continue reading

What are the inconsistencies in the PMBOK® Guide?

What is the PMBOK® Guide Current Reality? This topic is the subject of our first e-book on the Guide, part 1 of 2-book series. What are the inconsistencies in the PMBOK® Guide is a chapter in this first e-book.  Continue reading

What are the inconsistencies in the PMBOK® Guide?

Introduction

Recently we wrote an article about gaps in the practice of risk management and we thought why not write a few articles about other gaps, and in some cases, perceived gaps. While we are at it – why not be controversial and discuss gaps with “The Global Standard”, A Guide To The Project Management Body of Knowledge® (PMBOK® Guide).  PMI will publish the fifth edition of the PMBOK® Guide soon; the draft copy already issued to PMI Registered Education Providers, therefore this is a good timing. Continue reading

What is good and what is missing from PMBOK® Guide?

This article is a follow-up to our last post on “Is the PMBOK Guide enough to manage projects effectively?”

Introduction

Many would agree that A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge®, PMBOK® Guide, is a leading standard document in project management with possibly more than 1,000,000 copies in circulation. More than 500,000 people has used this book (along with other references) to earn a PMI[1] professional certification, such as the PMP® [2] , CAPM® [3] , or others. Continue reading